Tobacco fragrance

What kind of fragrances do you prefer?
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stagger
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Tobacco fragrance

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Can anyone recommend a tobacco scented cologne or aftershave ? Thanks in advance.
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Give a try to Aramis Havana, Dunhill Blend 30,& Hermes Equipage.
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Alt Innsbruck.
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a-cut-above wrote:Alt Innsbruck.
It's made from the flower of the tobacco plant and menthol. I don't think it smells like tobacco per se, but I love it and it's very long lasting.
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Rufus wrote:
a-cut-above wrote:Alt Innsbruck.
It's made from the flower of the tobacco plant and menthol. I don't think it smells like tobacco per se, but I love it and it's very long lasting.
You are right. I stand corrected.
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Re: Tobacco fragrance

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Miller Harris Feuilles de tabac
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Thank you gentlemen !
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Inexpensive dark horse: Remy Latour Cigar
Very good and not terribly expensive: Aramis Havana, Montana Pour Homme (red box), Michael Kors for Men
Very good and more expensive: Czech & Speake Cuba, Santa Maria Novella Cuba

Cigar is extremely inexpensive and very pleasant; not terribly complex but it does the job. You can often find it at Marshall's/TJ Maxx at deep discount, and it's worth trying.
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Just read this thread. My only experience with tobacco scents is Tabac. It is definitely tobacco and I like it. Have used both the edt and soap. Not too expensive and I will get more when I have room. Used up all I had.
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Parfums De Marly Herod

this is the best tobacco perfume in the world
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Serge Lutens Fumerie Turque has a distinct tobacco note - a bit sugary as well like most Lutens. Creed Vintage Tabarome is a classic but very hard to find. As another member suggested Dunhill Blend 30 is a nice rich fougere type scent with a sweet tobacco note - again out of production so not easy to find. Alt Innsbruck is OK.
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Santa Maria Novella Tobacco Tuscano Cologne
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Burberry London
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Tom Ford's Tobacco Oud is one of the nicest fragrances I have ever worn IMO.
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